Four wheel driving on the beaches of Fraser Island. The world's largest sand island has no paved roads and can only be traversed by 4WD.
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- Four wheel driving on the sand highway of Seventy-five Mile Beach on the east coast of Fraser Island. The world's largest sand island has no paved roads and can only be traversed by 4WD.
- Four wheel drives park on the wide sandy beach of Taylor Bay,just north of Indian Head on Fraser Island. The bay is famous for the crowds who descend once a year to fish for Taylor.
- Fishing rods are fastened onto the front of a four-wheel drive by fishermen venturing to Fraser Island for the area's renowned fishing.
- AUSTRALIA,Queensland,Fraser IslandThe sand highway of Seventy-five Mile Beach through the windscreen of a four wheel drive vehicle. With no paved roads the island can only be traversed by offroad vehicles.
- The rusting hulk of the Maheno on Seventy-five Mile Beach. The former cruise liner was washed up onto Fraser Island's east coast by a cyclone in 1935.
- Aerial view of Seventy-five Mile Beach on the east coast of Fraser Island. The World Heritage listed island is the world's largest sand island.
- An aircraft begins to taxi along Seventy-five Mile Beach on Fraser Island's eastern coast. The beach,a busy sand highway,is shared between four wheel drive vehicles and small aeroplanes.
- A red zodiac floats in the clear waters of Kingfisher Bay on Fraser Island. Kingfisher Bay is the main entry point for visitors to the world's largest sand island.
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- Tourists look out over the Pacific Ocean from Indian Head on Fraser Island. The rocky outcrop is a popular vantage point for spotting dolphins,sharks and migrating humpback whales.
- A four wheel drive vehicle makes its way over the sandy roads of Fraser Island's interior.
- A four wheel drive speeds over the sandy tracks of Fraser Island's interior. The rough sand roads were once used by loggers to haul timber and remain the only way to traverse the island.
- Fish swim in the clear waters of Champagne Pools - natural rock pools flanking the sea on the north-east tip of Fraser Island.
- A couple look through the rusted hulk of the Maheno - a passenger liner that was blown ashore on Fraser Island by a cyclone in 1935.
- A woman looks out over the sea from the viewpoint at Indian Head. The rocky outcrop is a popular vantage point for spotting dolphins,sharks and migrating Humpback whales on the east coast of Fraser Island.
- Pandanus palms back onto the wide sandy beach at Middle Rocks on Fraser Island. The World Heritage Listed island is the largest sand island in the world.
- The white sand and blue hues of the freshwater Lake Mckenzie. The lake is a popular attraction for visitors and is one of many perched lakes on Fraser Island.